It’s just furniture, right? Well, that depends who you ask. A growing number of employers are examining the relationship between office furniture, productivity and staff morale. And many are experiencing noticeable gains after updating their San Antonio offices with more modern and intentionally designed pieces.
Maybe we can spend less on space, the logic seems to go, and convince employees that it’s helping them.That’s an excerpt from a recent op-ed, written by a Fast Company employee who recently switched from a private office to an open office floorplan.
Marketing is important – it’s the linchpin that brings new customers in the door and reminds old ones you’re still around.
Change – it’s a given. No matter the industry, today’s mergers, downsizes and upgrades require businesses to be increasingly flexible.
The office break room – perk or necessity? In recent years, numerous studies have revealed the importance of routine breaks to employee productivity. Read more.
How much is this going to cost me? For most business owners, it’s the first question that comes to mind when they realize it’s time to refurnish, redecorate and/or move. Here are 3 tips to stay on budget.